Who can clean up the brush in the greenbelt in my neighborhood?
Call The Woodlands Township Parks and Recreation Department at 281-210-3900. They will determine if it is natural understory and should be left alone or whether it is an accumulation of debris dumped in the greenbelt in the process of lawncare by residents or contractors. If dumping is the case, cleanup may or may not be done. Residents residing along the greenbelt will receive a letter with information on protecting the integrity of the "living forest."

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1. How do I register for Township recreation programs?
2. Do the pools close if it's raining?
3. How do I report a concern after hours?
4. How can I find out more about the Riva Row Boat House?
5. I want to reserve a park pavilion or a pool. Who do I call?
6. Who do I call about a dead tree that's not on my property?
7. Who can clean up the brush in the greenbelt in my neighborhood?
8. We need a connector pathway. Pedestrians are having to cross the street through a ditch and it seems dangerous. Who can help us?
9. My street needs cleaning. Who does it and when will it be done?
10. There is algae in the ponds. Who takes care of that?
11. The drainage ditch behind my house needs mowing. Who should I call?
12. Our entry median looks awful. Why can't we have seasonal plantings like other neighborhoods?
13. Our entry sign needs painting and/or replacing. Who takes care of that?